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June 19, 2012  RSS feed
Meeting with Nolan Ryan
My job as Buffalo Press sports editor and a staff sportswriter has its perks. I get in to games, meets and tournaments for free (sometimes as many as 14 per week), and have the best seat in the house for the Bison sporting events -- dodging balls right under the basket or backpeddling to avoid becoming part of a sideline tackle. More...

The storm that raged through Oakwood Tuesday evening brought hard rain and strong winds. Those winds were strong enough to peel the metal roof off a section of historical buildings in downtown Oakwood right on Highway 79. The rains were hard enough to cause major water damage to the interior as well.  More...

On Friday, June 15th, Copper Creek residents were treated to a fishing trip in their parking lot. If you wanted to see one of the residents, chances are good that they were Gone Fishing. The fishing was good and nearly everyone caught at least one fish. A trophy was given for the biggest fish and one for the most fish caught. More...
Funeral services for Peggy Ann Yeates, age 68, of Buffalo were held 10 a.m., Thursday, June 14, 2012 at the First Baptist Church in Buffalo, Texas. Bro. Alan Grisham officiated the services, and interment was 3 pm Thursday in the Shofner Cemetery in Huntington, Texas. Walters Buffalo Funeral Home was in charge of all arrangements.  More...
BHS Head Volleyball Coach Daryl Skelton’s 4th- 6th grade charges gained valuable volleyball skills at a four-day camp last week. Students from Buffalo and Leon attended the morning sessions which focused on training in the basics of the game. Coach Skelton really connected with the girls, putting plenty of FUN in the FUNdamentals and striving to develop a love of the game. More...
COLLEGE STATION – Last year’s drought is the most likely reason producers are seeing more grasshoppers and fewer honeybees this year, according to a Texas AgriLife Extension Service expert.  More...